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Email organization: Two effective strategies for organizing your inbox

Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of emails in your inbox? Occasionally forget to follow up on a message because it has slipped too far down on the list? Find yourself asking “What's the best way to organize emails?” more
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Practical keyboard shortcuts for your mail.com inbox

Searching for the right function to click in a menu can take time. That's why many laptop users have certain keyboard shortcuts they use to speed up their workflow, like Ctrl + Z to quickly undo a mistake. Others simply prefer their laptop keyboard to a touchpad or mouse. more
20 people found this article helpful.

What is a digital detox and do you need one?

Does it seem like you’re always on your devices? Is your face constantly glued to a screen? Nowadays it seems like we have to be constantly connected to our phones to understand what is going on in the world and with our friends and family. Prolonged use of electronic devices can leave us feeling drained and overwhelmed, however. more
124 people found this article helpful.

Seven bad email habits you should break

We all spend a lot of time writing and replying to emails. So it’s not surprising that we sometimes cut corners or become careless. But a lot of the times we shoot ourselves in the foot with bad habits that ignore security concerns, annoy our correspondents or result in unprofessional emails.

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Email life hack: How multiple email addresses boost your security

If you’re like me, you use your email address in a lot of different ways and a lot of different places. Of course it’s needed to send and receive personal and business correspondence. An email address is also usually required when you register to use online services, from payment platforms to social media. more
62 people found this article helpful.

10 ways to get longer battery life (and lifespan) on your phone

Let’s face it – we all spend a lot of time on our phones these days. So, it’s no surprise that we are all on the lookout for ways to get long battery life on our phones. No one wants the frustration of having the battery die when there’s nowhere to charge your phone, not to mention the hassle and expense of replacing the battery – or even the phone – when it will no longer holds a charge. more
1,092 people found this article helpful.

Email life hack: How to delete emails efficiently

When emails start to pile up, it can be hard to keep track of your digital life. But who has time to sort through old messages one by one to see what’s important and what’s not? Luckily mail.com has a few simple tricks and tools you can use to find and delete emails in bulk and keep junk from accumulating going forward. more
823 people found this article helpful.

Email life hack: Keep organized with a family email account

Notes from the teacher in your kid’s backpack are a thing of the past – nowadays everything is digital. The invitation for the school open house, reminder about a well-child check-up and spring soccer schedule all come as emails. With so many other messages flooding your inbox, it’s easy for one to slip through the cracks. The solution: A family email account. more
27 people found this article helpful.

Importing contacts into your email account

Keeping track of all your contacts can sometimes seem like a daunting task – checking through your multiple accounts and sources to find that email address that you absolutely need. The experience, however, can be made effortless by importing your email contacts to your online mail.com address book! more
44 people found this article helpful.

Life hack: How – and why – to send an email to yourself

“Send emails to myself!?” you may be thinking… but it’s not as strange as it may sound at first. In fact, sending emails to yourself makes a lot of sense! Today we explore how writing yourself an email can be an effective life hack – plus how to email your future self. more
72 people found this article helpful.

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